Later today, we'll find out if New York/New Jersey has, in fact, earned the right to host the 2014 Super Bowl.
While the majority of teams are expected to vote for the NY/NJ Super Bowl, the New York Daily News reported that the Ravens will vote against having the Super Bowl in the new Meadowlands Stadium.
The newspaper provided a quote from Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, who said that the potential for a major snowstorm makes outdoor, northern Super Bowls risky, and he isn't "sold on" the idea.
Bisciotti's head coach, however, has a different take on the matter.
"Well, I can say Steve did not consult with me on that," head coach John Harbaugh joked today. "You may be surprised to hear that. But I'm all for it, you know why? It means Baltimore might get one. So you put one in New York, then come on down to Baltimore and we'll have a Super Bowl.
"Maybe I'm speaking out of turn, but Baltimore built a stadium, put a lot of money into a brand new stadium. So you start bringing it up [north], I think we want one."
That said, Harbaugh acknowledges that he and his team have other things that are of greater importance right now.
"The main thing we're concerned with is getting into the Super Bowl," Harbaugh said. "We'll try to take care of that first."